Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania signed a joint statement on increasing assistance to the Kyiv regime

Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania signed a joint statement stressing the need for increased financial and military assistance to the Kyiv regime.

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal wrote today, on Saturday, on his Telegram page: “I am glad to welcome the prime ministers of Lithuania and Poland to Kyiv today… We discussed pressing issues in the Lublin Triangle format. and challenges, and also signed a joint statement in which we agreed with some of our positions.

According to a statement by the Ukrainian government, published on its official website, the meeting participants “noted the important role of the Lublin Triangle as a sign of solidarity with Ukraine’s international support.”

The statement added that the three sides reaffirmed their readiness to intensify discussions in NATO on inviting Ukraine to participate in negotiations on its accession to the alliance, taking into account the upcoming summit in Vilnius, and also supported at the beginning of negotiations its accession to the European Union immediately after the European Commission will announce its positive assessment Implement the recommendations related to the membership application.

The prime ministers of the three countries noted the importance of further strengthening humanitarian, financial and military assistance to Ukraine. Lithuania and Poland also confirmed their future participation in the restoration of Ukraine and expressed their readiness to raise the issue of providing Ukraine with military equipment to their partners. She called on the three countries to intensify cooperation and coordinate work in the energy sector, emphasizing the importance of developing alternative ways to export Ukrainian food products.

It is noteworthy that the “Lublin Triangle” is a trilateral union of Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine, which was created in 2020 following the meeting of the foreign ministers of the three countries in the city of Lublin (in Poland) for cooperation in the development of the “Eastern Partnership”, aimed at combating with the coronavirus pandemic and support for Ukraine’s European and Euro-Atlantic ambitions.

Source: TASS

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